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Anberlin - Vital

4.38
Reviewer :
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2012-10-16 Year: 2012
Label: Universal Records
Genre: Christian Rock
Producer: Aaron Sprinkle
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If you like: Switchfoot, The Classic Crime, Mainstay

Description:
Anberlin has on their sixth studio album, gone back to work with producer Aaron Sprinkle. A good choice in my opinion because as he gave the band a personal touch on their first three albums. However, understand that the band wanted to try out new ideas as they worked with Neal Avron and Brendan O 'Brien on the following albums when they got signed to Universal. The result, however, made them more mainstream and less unique although both albums holds high class.
"Transit", then, shows a slightly new sound from the band with a more keyboard-dominated touch than before. However, the band has kept the energy that characterizes their sound and overall it’s an album that shows that the band is in the right direction.
Does not that song material is perfect as there are a handful of standard track, but "Transit" is a very solid release worth checking out of course.

Highlights: "Other Side", "Self-Starter", "Someone Anone"

Tracklisting 1. Self-Starter
2. Little Tyrants
3. Other Side
4. Someone Anyone
5. Intentions
6. Innocent
7. Desires
8. Type Three
9. Orpheum
10. Modern Age
11. God, Drugs & Sex


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wippsson
Agree, cool album and of their best!
2012-11-04 09:58:12

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Did you know that?

Anberlin band member Stephen Christian has offered the explanations that he planned naming his first daughter Anberlin and that the name was a modification of the phrase "and Berlin" from a list of cities Christian wanted to visit. The one story that Christian asserts is true, however, is that he heard the word in the background noise of the Radiohead song "Everything in Its Right Place".

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